Sydney Harbour is a beautiful meandering waterway, and is famous around the world. Surrounded by hundreds of kilometres of shoreline, historic sites and national parks, the sparkling waters of the harbour are synonymous with the NSW capital. Historically, it would have been the arrival point of so many immigrants after they made their long voyage in search of a new and better life.

At the bottom of this chart is the suburb of Vaucluse with Watsons Bay and then the Hornby lighthouse at the end of the peninsula. Moving clockwise, are Hunters Bay, Clontarf and Balgowlah Heights. The northern section is dominated by the Sydney Harbour National Park with the easternmost limit edging off-chart with a playful nod to convention.

The piece is finished with a nautical-themed blue and white colour combination. We think it is a fitting piece for what is one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world.


  • Location: Sydney Harbour, NSW, Australia
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, colour
  • Surround lighting: No
  • Frame: White, 600*500mm